Learning and Behavior Resources
Who is your child talking to online? Meeting online has been a real lifesaver for many kids during the quarantine, but it's still important for parents to make sure their online interactions are safe.
Need help with a Family Media Agreement? Here are some resources from Common Sense Media.
Parents as Teachers
NY Times--How to Get Your Kids to Treat You Like Their Teacher Article
TEACHING READING--See the Reading Specialist Page for video supports.
Ms. Kreige shares the value and skills for segmenting and blending.
TEACHING MATH--Check out the Math Specialist Page for Lesson Modeling--more to come!
TEACHING POSITIVE SELF TALK
COMMON SENSE MEDIA
CASSY--Community Partner--see resources below.
Lives in the Balance -- Dr. Ross Greene/Parenting Your Challenging Child: New to Dr. Greene's model? Just getting started with Plan B? Trying to find time for your other kids when your challenging one demands so much of your energy and attention? Having trouble getting others on board? If you're the parent or relative of a child with behavioral challenges -- or even a child who's not so challenging -- the Parenting Your Challenging Child podcast -- sponsored by Lives in the Balance and co-hosted by Dr. Greene, Director of Outreach Kim Hopkins-Betts, and B Team leaders Stella and Jennifer -- provides lots of information to answer these and tons other questions.
Social Thinking--Michelle Garcia Winner: Informed by the latest research and 20+ years of clinical work, and honed through hundreds of worldwide presentations, these one-of-a-kind online training video courses explore all aspects of developing social competencies including building self-regulation, executive functioning, social problem-solving abilities, and much more. Some modules were filmed together to teach about a larger topic; those have been grouped into series to help you learn the information sequentially.
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